At Last, BlackBerry Goes Wi-Fi

While its two new models can't compete with Apple's iPhone in Web browsing, they surf the Internet at faster speeds than most cell phones

Editor's Rating:

The Good: Wi-Fi finally comes to BlackBerry, providing speedier Web access

The Bad: Same old modified mobile rendering of Web pages; addition of Wi-Fi taxes battery

The Bottom Line: BlackBerry is still best for mobile e-mail, and Wi-Fi makes mobile Web browsing much more bearable

BlackBerry users are generally a happy bunch, so complaints about the device rarely reach a fever pitch (except when there's an outage). It's still hard to beat BlackBerry for mobile e-mail. And lately, Blackberry's maker has shown it can innovate with style and multimedia as well.

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